The Caspian seal
is one of the smallest members of the earless seal family and unique in that it is found exclusively in the brackish Caspian Sea.
The Giraffe, Leopard and Lion are on the protective list, so is 'humans' closest relative,' the Chimpanzee, the near-extinct Gobi Bear of China and Mongolia, the Caspian Seal
, and so on.
The comb jellyfish gobbles up the eggs of the kilka, a mainstay of the Iranian fishing industry as well as food for the Caspian seal
and beluga sturgeon that are in rapid decline.
The Caspian seal
, which is the only mammal and top predator to inhabit the sprawling waters ought to have it good.
The Protocol is an international treaty that obliges the Parties to work together and guides them in the conservation and restoration of the unique Caspian habitats and species such as the celebrated sturgeon and the Caspian seal
Also, male seals may aggregate close to mature females nursing their pups and wait until mating occurs; such a reproductive behavior strategy has been demonstrated, for example, for the Caspian seal
(Phoca caspica; Wilson et al.
In addition to riding camels and horses, the tourists should be able to see Beluga and Caspian Seal
in their natural habitat, and the steppe panther, desert wolf, Kulan and dozens of other animals native to Turkmenistan in their semi natural environment.
Species such as the Tasmanian devil, the Caspian seal
and south-east Asia's fishing cat are among those to see their fortunes plummet and are now among the 450 mammals listed as endangered.
A BAN on hunting the Caspian seal
is needed to halt massive declines in numbers of the endangered mammal, scientists urged today.
The Tasmanian devil, the Caspian seal
and Southeast Asia's fishing cat havealso seen their fortunes plummet, and are now among the 450 mammals listed as endangered.
Threats to species including the Tasmanian Devil, an Australian marsupial, the Caspian seal
or the fishing cat, found in Asia, were among those to have worsened.
The researchers also detected about 170 ppb of the chemical in the body of a Caspian seal
, caught in the Arctic Ocean, and about 130 ppb in a ribbon seal, caught near Japan, Tanabe said.